Uncertainty for Online Asylum Seekers on the Border

Three weeks after U.S. asylum laws changed, hundreds of migrants from Latin America and other regions are seeking to obtain an asylum interview appointment through an online application promoted by U.S. immigration authorities. Tired of the delays and difficulties in accessing applications, some families are considering changing their plans to live in the U.S. instead of legalizing their residency in Mexico. Marco Vinicio Gonzalez visited two shelters and reports from the border city of Tijuana.

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